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Can cone directionality improve retinal image quality?

FA.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Photoreceptor Directionality at Different Wavelengths: Measurements and Predictions

FA.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

The Spatial Distribution of Human Macular Pigment

FA.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Foveal Cone Photopigment Distribution in Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Association with Fundus Features

FA.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

The Retinal Topography of Local and Lateral Gain Control Mechanisms

FB.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Contrast Dependence of Multifocal ERG Components

FB.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Blood Glucose Effects on the Dark-Adapted ERG

FB.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

no b-wave: A potential mouse model of CSNB

FB.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Developing Vision Standards for the Canadian Forces: Seeing All That They Can See

FC.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Predicting Closed Road Sign Recognition Performance from Vision Tests

FC.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Effects of Degraded Vision on Task Performance and Subjective Confidence

FC.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Relationship Between Performance of Tasks of Daily Living and Tests of Visual Function in Patients with Retinitis Pigmentosa

FC.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Testing Vision Beyond Legal Blindness: Early Beginnings of a Visual Function Test Battery

FC.5 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Corneal topography volume maps for predicting rigid contact lens centration and motion

MA.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Three-Dimensional Analysis of Corneal Image Forming Properties: A Monocular Diplopia Example

MA.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Area Under the Log Contrast Sensitivity Function (Aulcsf) in Radial Keratotomy (Rk): Gains And Losses

MA.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

A Videokeratoscope Using a Distorted Checkerboard Target

MA.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Detection of certain corneal pathologies using parameters derived from topographical measurements of the corneal surface

MA.5 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Sustained Masking More Local than Transient Masking in a Spatio-Temporal Discrimination Model

PDP.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Preferential Loss of Lateral Interaction in Amblyopia

SaA.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Accommodation to perceived depth in stereotests

SaA.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Coma and Design Characteristics of Progressive Addition Lenses

SaA.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Field Expansion for Homonymous Hemianopia using Prism and Peripheral Diplopia

SaB.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Temporal modulation thresholds isolate mechanisms with different adaptational and spatial properties

SaB.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Testing the Campbell-Green Equation Using MTF and CS Data from Normal and Cataractous Eyes

SaB.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

How Big Must Letters be for Patients with Central Field Loss to Read Rsvp Text at their Maximum Rate?

SaC.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Characteristics of Reading Speed across Character Size in Relation to Visual Factors

SaC.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Changes in Letter and Word Acuity with Simulated Cataract and Central Scotoma

SaC.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Temporal Aspects of Letter Identification in the Peripheral Visual Field

SaC.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Enhancement of letter recognition by explicit and implicit cueing of transient focal attention

SaC.5 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Pattern Masking Experiments Reveal ON and OFF Pathway Function

SaE.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

The Effect of Age and Eccentricity on Layer-by-Layer Perimetry: Modulation-Induced-Desensitization

SaE.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Color Vision Plate Tests with Short Exposure Duration

SaE.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

A Generalized Image Processing Application for the Enhancement of Images for the Visually Impaired

SaE.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Relation between Self-Perceived Status of Visual Functioning (VF-14) and Indices of Functional Vision Derived from Visual Acuity Measurements

SaE.5 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

The distinction between measures of active and passive dark focus and their relationship to optimal accommodative performance

SaE.6 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Curvature Detection at Different Orientations in the Upper and Lower Visual Hemifields

SaE.7 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Tscherning Ellipses extended to Acuity Drop, Distorsion and Chromatism using Ray Tracing

SaE.8 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Tolerance to Defocus at Low Spatial Frequencies: Effect of Luminance

SaE.9 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Astigmatic Refraction Measurement With Eccentric Photorefraction — Some Theoretical Considerations —

SaE.10 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Visual Evoked Potential (VEP) Estimates of Spatial Acuity in 4-Month-Old Infants: A New Swept-Parameter Technique

SuA.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Stimulus Motion Influences Measured Visual Field Extent in Toddlers

SuA.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Performance on the Three-Point Vernier Acuity Test as a Function of Age: Study Extended to Encompass the Age-Range, 10-94 Years

SuA.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Neural Network-Assisted Interpretation of Digitized MTI Photoscreening Images

SuA.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Preliminary Studies of the Refractive and Rheological Properties of a Model Lens Cytoplasm

SuB.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Wearer power measurement of progressive addition lenses

SuB.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

On the Generation of Spherical Aberration and Coma of Variable Magnitude

SuB.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

An Actinic Mechanism for Cataractogenesis

SuB.5 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Refractive Status of Indigenous People Deep within the Amazon Rain Forest

SuC.1 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Changes in Amacrine Cell Numbers and Morphology in Response To Induced Myopia and Hyperopia

SuC.2 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Decreased Light Levels Affect the Emmetropization Process in Chickens

SuC.3 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Changes in Retinal Morphology following Experimentally Induced Myopia

SuC.4 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF

Deprivation Alone Cannot Account For Emmetropization In Chickens

SuC.5 Vision Science and its Applications (VSIA) 1998 View: PDF